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Dec 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
white house counsel. but that has to be a boom to her corporate clients >> you talk about president obama and his campaign and his opposition to the revolving door. let me play you an excerpt from one of his speeches. >> but the american people deserve more than simply an assurance that those who are coming to washington will serve their interests. they also deserve to know that there are rules on the books to keep it that way. they deserve a government that is truly of, by, and for the people. as i often said during the campaign, we need to make the white house the people's house. and we need to close the revolving door that lets lobbyists come into government freely, and lets them use their time in public service as a way to promote their own interests over the interests of the american people when they leave. >> and what happened? >> they have put this law in place, "we won't have lobbyists in the white house." they kept making exceptions. they -- there have been a number of people who they have waived that rule for. but ultimately, i think what's happened is more on the other en
Dec 10, 2013 12:00am PST
in those less educated. >> what do you make of all the politics, the pushback on obama care? >> obamacare has become a political football, but it has some really good parts. have the part about insurance reform, but we have efforts like that national prevention strategy, and those parts won't get talked about as much. we are trying to get young people to go into health careers to help solve those problems. let you go, we are going to do a tribute to nelson mandela. we know our presidents resident and former are on their way to south africa for this service. in the 90's you were the recipient of the reward. there is a u.s. recipient. there is a south african recipient. what did it mean to bear such a bears the name of nelson mandela? >> he is such an inspiration. basically the social justice part of leadership is so important, and he fit in. carries a that award great responsibility. he showed us his actions what leadership is about. we want to continue carrying on those leadership skills by action and leadership in action. in south africa the constitution when he was in offi
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